In Tina Turner’s award-winning song, “What’s Love Got To Do With It?” – she sings,“Love is not a second-hand emotion”. So, what does it take to keep love alive and have a relationship not only last but flourish? We’ll explore the challenges of love and offer some helpful ideas to promote intimacy and handle rough patches.
* how difficult times can be transformed into deeper love
* that men and women do communicate differently
* well-tested ideas for singles who want to find the right relationship
* why past experiences impact how we perceive our partner
* the reason commitment is so integral to relationship
* what emotional infidelity is and isn’t - and why it’s important to know the difference
Dr. Brenda Wade is a San Francisco-based psychologist, author, television host, and producer. National audiences know Brenda from her syndicated TV program, Can this Marriage be Saved, her PBS shows, and her recent guest appearance on the Today Show. She is also a regular host on the Bay Area TV show, Black Renaissance. Her books include: Love Lessons: A Guide to Transforming Relationships, What Mama Couldn’t Tell Us About Love, Power Choices: Signposts on Your Journey to Wholeness, Love, Joy and Peace. www.docwade.com
Ed McClune is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist specializing in couples counseling. He also works as a supervising process teacher for the Hoffman Institute, where he facilitates transformational workshops throughout the US and Europe. Formerly a broadcast host for KBLX, “The Quiet Storm”, Ed now maintains a private therapy practice in Marin and Sonoma, CA, where he currently lives with his family. He sees his work primarily, as helping couples restore faith in their relationship.
This program originally aired on Saturday, February 17th, 5-6 PM (PST) on San Francisco’s KQKE 960AM “The Quake”.
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